Tuesday, June 18, 2024
Canada’s Politics and Government News Source Since 1989
Tuesday, June 18, 2024 | Latest Paper

Robert M. Cutler

Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | April 17, 2023
Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly speaks with reporters outside the House of Commons before Question Period on March 27. Both Canada and Azerbaijan are genuinely multicultural middle powers that continually punch above their weight in international diplomacy, writes Robert M. Cutler. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | April 17, 2023
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | April 17, 2023
Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly speaks with reporters outside the House of Commons before Question Period on March 27. Both Canada and Azerbaijan are genuinely multicultural middle powers that continually punch above their weight in international diplomacy, writes Robert M. Cutler. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | August 25, 2021
Azerbaijan has dynamic economic reconstruction plans, indeed ambitious plans for the whole country, now being elaborated for the entire decade of the 2020s before us. Canada risks being further marginalized in this important region of the world, that the South Caucasus represents, writes Robert M. Cutler. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | August 25, 2021
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | August 25, 2021
Azerbaijan has dynamic economic reconstruction plans, indeed ambitious plans for the whole country, now being elaborated for the entire decade of the 2020s before us. Canada risks being further marginalized in this important region of the world, that the South Caucasus represents, writes Robert M. Cutler. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | January 13, 2021
Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne is pictured in Ottawa in July 2020. Given Canada’s symbolic significance as a ‘middle-power’ interlocutor and the diplomatic prestige of the Canadian ‘brand,’ perhaps the greatest contribution that Ottawa could make would be to encourage the leadership in Yerevan to assume a rational and realistic approach in dealing with its neighbours, writes Robert M. Cutler. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | January 13, 2021
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | January 13, 2021
Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne is pictured in Ottawa in July 2020. Given Canada’s symbolic significance as a ‘middle-power’ interlocutor and the diplomatic prestige of the Canadian ‘brand,’ perhaps the greatest contribution that Ottawa could make would be to encourage the leadership in Yerevan to assume a rational and realistic approach in dealing with its neighbours, writes Robert M. Cutler. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | October 8, 2020
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, earlier this year, denounced the Madrid principles, which every other Armenian government since then had adopted as the basis for negotiations with Azerbaijan. Photograph courtesy of the World Economic Forum
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | October 8, 2020
Opinion | BY ROBERT M. CUTLER | October 8, 2020
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, earlier this year, denounced the Madrid principles, which every other Armenian government since then had adopted as the basis for negotiations with Azerbaijan. Photograph courtesy of the World Economic Forum